I Love Going Back to School with the Literary League!

Have you started having those back-to-school teacher nightmares yet? I have them every summer. If you don't, consider yourself fortunate.

And I'm trying really hard not to hate you.

It's tough though. I'm just so jealous. Those nightmares are rough.

Don't get me wrong. I love meeting a new group of students. Nothing is more promising than the potential of a new school year!

Shiny new Flair pens help too.

But I have recurring dreams about not being able to find my classroom. And about the class from h-e double hockey sticks, with kids who throw things out the second story window. Often, my nightmares involve me being totally unprepared. I stand in front of these kids -the best, most attentive kids in the history of education- and I've got nothing.

Nuh. Thing.

The only thing I can do to quell the nightmares and alleviate my suffering, is to be prepared. I make the copies I need for the first few weeks, and I make a "big picture" plan for the first few units of study.

Needless to say, I will depend on TpT resources- mine and those of others- to get me through. And I will be shopping at TpT during the Love Back to School site-wide sale. I love to save 28%, and I love to shop at the Literary League stores below!

Danielle Knight (Study All Knight)
Darlene Anne- ELA Buffet
Mrs. Spangler in the Middle
Created by MrHughes
The Classroom Sparrow
The Daring English Teacher
ELA Everyday
Juggling ELA
Nouvelle
Literary Sherri
Making Meaning with Melissa
2 Peas and a Dog
Secondary Solutions-Simply Novel
Addie Williams
Linda Jennifer
Fisher Reyna Education
The Creative Classroom
Stacey Lloyd
Room 213
Brynn Allison
Open Classroom
Perfetto Writing Room
Secondary Sara
Tracee Orman
James Whitaker
The Superhero Teacher
Created for Learning
Brain Waves Instruction

1 comment

  1. I have those nightmares! I had one just the other night that I forgot to make the copies, had a room full of kids and was feverishly trying to figure out how to wing it!

    -Lisa
    Mrs. Spangler in the Middle

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